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Assuring information authenticity is an important issue in the field of information security. A new broadcast authentication protocol is proposed. The protocol is based on time synchronization and uses chains constructed with the squaring function. The proposed solution is efficient for transmissions over long periods of time since the chains have an unbounded length. The protocol assures information authenticity at the reduced cost of almost one modular multiplication for each broadcasteddoi:10.1109/ares.2007.52 dblp:conf/IEEEares/Groza07 fatcat:nfy7uzb5q5grxn4hlpibi5jlte